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    Re: Fun with MF images


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    Quote Originally Posted by jduncan View Post
    Beautiful, like in the old times, instead in motor-shutting like crazy, anticipation, good eye and brain.

    Good capture,

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    Much much less a comment on MF than an observation about kids and their gadgets. My 10 year old was so engrossed that I could take this 3 second exposure. Here's a 50% crop.

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    RZIID+Aptus54s+65/4.5


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    Quote Originally Posted by dizzyg44 View Post
    Here's the other side of the pier for ya Ed

    taken today with DM22, 150mm


    and under:


    Abandoned 1 tiny church:


    some others from today
    Augsut 18 - a set on Flickr
    These are great, I was back down to folly this morning.
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    Thank you! Wish I'd known, I've just veg'ed out all day doing nothing.

    ...was a fun veiled excuse to take the kids to the beach one last time before returning to school this week.

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    Few more images from Charleston

    IQ180, HR32:



    IQ180, 72L, 2-shot stitch

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    IQ180, LS 55mm.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Another from Georgian Bay, same gear.

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    Some H3DII-22 + HC 80/2.8

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Caulfeild-Browne View Post
    IQ180, LS 55mm.

    Very nice Bill. The granite islands and shoreline of Georgian Bay/Lake Huron are quite beautiful.

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    Thank you, Tom - it's a lovely part of the world! More to come!
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    More Georgian Bay. IQ180, 55 LS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by itsskin View Post
    Some H3DII-22 + HC 80/2.8
    cant help but thinking "damn, that would look REALLY good in b&w"

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    Sunset last night from our backyard. Phase DF/80mm IQ160


    f/2.8 1/125 ISO50

    f/2.8 1/125 ISO50

    f/2.8 1/180 ISO 100

    Looks like bats taking off - f/2.8 1/125 ISO50

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    Absolutely mind-bogglingly fantastic. Take a bow

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    Cambo WDS; IQ 180; SK 47mm APO Digitar
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    very sweet image LL.

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Vincent...Thank you so much for your kind words.
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    So, I have been playing with working just after the sun goes down and does not directly illuminate the clouds. The images are generally flat but contain some very delicate colors and tones, especially when the clouds take on a steely gray. It is a tough balance to bring out the features without going over the top. This was taken this evening while taking out our dog for her walk. It was interesting as it had a definite red cast in the center. Pentax 645D, 55mm.

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    I must also apologize for not putting the obligatory image of my pet when I joined and got my camera. Unfortunately, at that time, my Newfoundland had cancer--we observed the anniversary of his death this Sunday. But here is a photograph (with the Pentax 645D) of our second Newfoundland. She is tiny at only about 100lb--our previous Newfoundland was 150lb. And she is as cute as a button.

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    It can possibly be claimed that the Fuji GX680 isn't ideal for street photography and strictly speaking, it's a slight overkill. But... people change when they're confronted with the beast. I get kind of noticed and I get a different kind of portraits. A very interesting experience. I'll do more of this.

    These two photos are from my first couple of rolls with the camera, so please have patience with me. I haven't shot MF since I sold my Rolleiflex Baby more than 10 years ago. That was a somewhat smaller camera

    GX680IIIs with 180mm f/5.6 @ f/22, Acros 100



    GX680IIIs with 65mm f/5.6 @ f/22, Acros 100



    Oh... and I need a new scanner. The almost 10 year old Epson 3200 isn't up to this at all
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    Forget the new scanner, Jorgen, spend the money on film and get out and shoot more like this.
    Funny how a different camera can change one's perspective (so to speak).

    Gandolfi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    I must also apologize for not putting the obligatory image of my pet when I joined and got my camera. Unfortunately, at that time, my Newfoundland had cancer--we observed the anniversary of his death this Sunday. But here is a photograph (with the Pentax 645D) of our second Newfoundland. She is tiny at only about 100lb--our previous Newfoundland was 150lb. And she is as cute as a button.
    Gentle giants, in my experience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    It can possibly be claimed that the Fuji GX680 isn't ideal for street photography and strictly speaking, it's a slight overkill. But... people change when they're confronted with the beast. I get kind of noticed and I get a different kind of portraits. A very interesting experience. I'll do more of this.

    These two photos are from my first couple of rolls with the camera, so please have patience with me. I haven't shot MF since I sold my Rolleiflex Baby more than 10 years ago. That was a somewhat smaller camera

    Oh... and I need a new scanner. The almost 10 year old Epson 3200 isn't up to this at all
    Jorgen,

    I love the look. Acros has detail, yet such soft tones.

    Best,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    I must also apologize for not putting the obligatory image of my pet when I joined and got my camera. Unfortunately, at that time, my Newfoundland had cancer--we observed the anniversary of his death this Sunday. But here is a photograph (with the Pentax 645D) of our second Newfoundland. She is tiny at only about 100lb--our previous Newfoundland was 150lb. And she is as cute as a button.

    What a fine looking dog...thanks for sharing.
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    Thanks, Gandolfi and Matt. Acros is a very impressive film. Of the modern ISO 100 films, it's clearly my favourite, as I feel it gives me the soft gradients that I associate with traditional b&w photography. At the same time, it seems to have a lot of latitude, and is easy to work with in PS.

    GX680IIIs with 180mm f/5.6, Acros 100

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Libby View Post
    Sunset last night from our backyard. Phase DF/80mm IQ160

    Some of the most compelling images you've ever posted. Absolutely stunning.

    It's one thing to produce a compelling image of a scene/thing which is rare or on the other side of the world.

    It's quite another to make an extremely compelling image from something that is so "ordinary" as a nice sky. Everyone sees them. There are billions (probably literally) of images of them, and rarely do you see something so compelling.
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    Some wedding photography in Upstate New York from this weekend. IQ160 and 55LS and 150LS lenses. I also had a 5D2 with 14mm, 24-70mm, and 70-200mm for the faster moving and very low-light stuff.

    Editing in Capture One, no work in Photoshop.


    Phase One IQ160, ISO400+, 1/700th, Schneider 150mm LS @ f/3.5


    Phase One IQ160, ISO400+, 1/2500th, Schneider 150mm LS @ f/3.5


    Phase One IQ160, ISO400+, 1/1250th, Schneider 150mm LS @ f/3.5


    Phase One IQ160, ISO400+, 1/200th, Schneider 150mm LS @ f/3.5


    Phase One IQ160, ISO3200+, 1/125th, Schneider 55mm LS @ f/2.8


    Phase One IQ160, ISO50, 1/200th, Schneider 55mm LS @ f/8


    Phase One IQ160, ISO200+, 1/2000th, Schneider 55mm LS @ f/4.5


    Phase One IQ160, ISO100, 1/640th, Schneider 55mm LS @ f/5.6


    Phase One IQ160, ISO200+, 1/250th, Schneider 55mm LS @ f/2.8
    This one is for a bookmark for the mother of the bride [hence the very vertical format].


    Phase One IQ160, ISO800+, 1/1600th, Schneider 150mm LS @ f/3.5


    Phase One IQ160, ISO800+, 1/250th, Schneider 150mm LS @ f/3.5


    Phase One IQ160, ISO800+, 1/2500th, Schneider 150mm LS @ f/3.5


    Phase One IQ160, ISO200, 1/640th, Schneider 150mm LS @ f/3.5
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Thanks, Gandolfi and Matt. Acros is a very impressive film. Of the modern ISO 100 films, it's clearly my favourite, as I feel it gives me the soft gradients that I associate with traditional b&w photography. At the same time, it seems to have a lot of latitude, and is easy to work with in PS.
    Well, i started to shoot film after i had my digital medium format, and from beginning a favorite Acros over another films such as TMAX/Tri-X/Delta and so on.

    Nice shots from your GX with Acros, wish i got GX instead of another bodies.
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    Here are some of my recent shots taken in calm conditions here in the UK. All with 645DF and P45+ mostly with 45mm lens. Pano image is 11 shot stitch.
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    Cherry Creek State Park, CO
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    Ferry in Sydney Harbour at sunset. Pentax 645D + 35mm f3.5 A lens.
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    Pentax 645D + 35mm f3.5 lens. Multi-shot stitch. (I will play with the horizontals at some point!)
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    Re: Fun with MF images

    Yet another 55LS and IQ180

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    Re: Fun with MF images

    These are a couple of panoramas that appeared in a book of my work documenting a conservation area in Maine that was published this year. It was a year-long project. These are images of salt marshes. Amazing places if you don't mind green heads (and they don't seem to mind you), although these images were taken outside the bug season. Both Pentax 645D with the top using the A 35mm and the bottom the DFA 55mm.



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